This is part one of ‘Letters to my 20-year-old self’ series, where we invite individuals and personalities to share words of wisdom to their younger selves.
We take a look at some of this year’s holiday beauty palettes that’s going to wow your friends and partners, with its cornucopia of shades.
This year, these female celebrities are trailblazers in their own right. Some made a name for themselves, whether through their own business enterprise or acting projects, or just well, being interesting.
Mario Badescu's facial sprays receive 4.5 star ratings on Sephora, so we got to put it to the test ourselves.
It would be a disservice to my fellow countrymen and women if I don’t share my thoughts about Malaysia-born, Singapore-raised Ronny Chieng’s debut of his Netflix show, Asian Comedian Destroys America.
Since leaving the White House, Barack Obama is still maintaining a high profile as he travels across continents to deliver his views on the state of the world including on the current US administration, and has entered into the entertainment and publishing arenas.
This year, you - our Yahoo readers - shook off complacencies and searched for the next best travel destinations to visit with loved ones or friends.
So Amazon Singapore did the unthinkable and allowed a bunch of reporters into their fulfilment centre, a total of 170,000 square feet at Mapletree Logistics Hub - Toh Guan in the Jurong East area.
Beauty e-commerce platform Ksisters was founded by South Korean Lee Jungmin in August earlier this year, who wanted to leave a special legacy for her two daughters by curating beauty products she loves, just like how she handpicks clothing for her girls’ closet.
British electronic music duo Honne always receives warm reception when in Asia, that they’ve been touring around the region numerous times since 2017. As part of Neon Lights Festival 2019, Honne returned to Singapore, where they played on Saturday (24 November) for their adoring fans.
Ronny Chieng is no stranger to our shores; the Malaysia-born, Singapore-raised standup comedian travels to Asia three times a year from New York, where he’s currently based at.
Making a pit stop in Singapore as part of Neon Lights Festival 2019, Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore reels in the members for a quick tête-à-tête.
SINGAPORE – Technical issues seem to arise at the festival; first there were difficulties with the new scanning system at the entrance, that saw crowd-goers stranded for about two hours on Day 1 (23 November). Today, Day 2, was no less. While Badbadnotgood played without hiccups, it was during Norwegian singer Aurora’s set that power tripped, cutting her song “Running With The Wolves” midway. Aurora then, resumed without a hitch.However, Nick Murphy was not so lucky. The Australian singer-songwriter (and the crowd) waited for an additional ten minutes to ensure soundcheck was in place, and he finally took to the stage to sing his solo rendition of “Talk Is Cheap”, “Dangerous” and “Gold.” Murphy then walked off stage, and never resumed his set. Fans booed, and many left the festival soon after.Peek photos of the crowd and the acts that performed on Day 2.READ MORE:Neon Lights Festival 2019: Day 1 highlightsINTERVIEW: South Korean singer-songwriter 10cm is lining up newly written songs for a full albumChallenges to Section 377A: Key points from this week's hearingsSingapore's 'A Land Imagined' wins Best Original Screenplay at Golden Horse Awards
SINGAPORE – It rains every year at Neon Lights, my colleague Dhany, exclaimed, but the slight drizzle today did not deter throngs of fans, who made their way to Fort Canning Park for the festival’s fourth edition. Australian rock band King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard played their gig at 3pm, to a sizeable crowd who were seen moshing and soaking in the fun, followed by crowd favourite Honne and Mumford and Sons. At the other smaller stages, Andreah, Disco Hue, DJ Intriguant, Shak & the Baits were seen warming up the crowds.Peek photos of the crowd and the acts that performed on Day 1.READ MORE:INTERVIEW: South Korean singer-songwriter 10cm is lining up newly written songs for a full albumChallenges to Section 377A: Key points from this week's hearingsSingapore's 'A Land Imagined' wins Best Original Screenplay at Golden Horse AwardsWe will continue to update this gallery.
SINGAPORE – Indie singer-songwriter 10cm, who’s also known as Kwon Jung-Yeol, is making his Singapore debut tonight (18 November).
Stepping into No Sleep Club (NSC) on 20 Keong Saik Road, one won’t be able to tell if it’s a coffeehouse, a bar or a restaurant.
American soap brand Dr. Bronner’s returns to Singapore after a two-year hiatus, through retail partner Watsons.
SINGAPORE – Host and TV actor Jason Godfrey wed his girlfriend Romanian-born Sorina Veronica on 21 September in Northern Romania, as reported on Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore. Upon his return to Singapore, Godfrey shared with us how he proposed to his wife and how they pulled off the wedding in Romania.READ MORE:Actor and TV host Jason Godfrey weds his longtime girlfriend, Sorina VeronicaREVIEW: Joanne Peh's 'Last Madame' is an edgy local drama with underwritten charactersThe noise cancelling earphones and headphones you need to bring you into 2020
Global online e-tailer Net-A-Porter is bringing six Korean brands on site, namely CremorLab, Femmue, Neogen, Not Just A*, The Ooozoo and Venn
Chief Marketing & Buying Officer, Amanda Eng, 34, joined the business in 2014 when Tay decided to hire his-then girlfriend to run the marketing operations as the company’s first employee.
Japanese skincare brand SK-II has reimagined the packaging for their cult favourite product, Facial Treatment Essence, with a new manga feel.
SINGAPORE — Designer Jun Takahashi launched Madstore, a new division under his label Undercover back in 2015, with the first concept store opened in the Shibuya district of Tokyo. The second concept store was opened at Laforet Harajuku (in the Shinjuku Jingumae area).Known for his punk-pused, streetstyle, the ‘Godfather of Japanese streetwear’ amassed die-hard fans who eagerly watch his new drops. Now fans can hoot his items as Club 21 is hosting a Madstore Undercover pop-up at ION Orchard Level 1 Atrium from 1 November to 12 November. The pop-up will showcase items including ready-to-wear, accessories and homeware, exclusive items from the line’s Dystopia range and an Instagram AR experience specially designed by Kiat from Syndicate.Peek some of the items from his Madstore range, like Dystopia and Demon Skulls.